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Cyber Security News
Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc launched a cross-industry group to improve security for credit card transactions.
Target is looking for a new chief information officer following the resignation of CIO and executive VP of technology services Beth Jacob.
Findings from a survey show that IT security professionals consider external threats from cybercriminals to be the more concerning issue facing the security of organizations’ sensitive information today.
Brazilian hackers are threatening to disrupt the World Cup with attacks ranging from jamming websites to data theft.
Half of all cyberattacks are aimed at businesses with fewer than 2,500 employees, according to a new guide by California Attorney General Kamala Harris.
Three in four Britons are concerned about Internet privacy, according to a new poll from Ipsos MORI. Furthermore, 62 percent of Britons would rather keep their online activities private, even if it means that they lose out on personalized services and relevant recommendations. That puts Britain on a similar level to the United States, which countries such as France, Germany, Australia and Sweden are even less likely to say they would trade privacy for personalized services.
Four in 10 (41 percent) US business leaders consider cyber security as a major priority, compared just 20 percent in Europe and 30 percent globally.
The FIDO Alliance has released a public draft of new security standards that could someday make user passwords obsolete, Forbes reports. The FIDO Alliance, a security-minded industry consortium that includes Google, Netflix and PayPal, is drawing the support of major tech companies looking for login alternatives with greater security, which easing the authentication burden on consumers, who must create and manage passwords and credentials for the numerous sites they visit.
Could a hacker manipulate an airport x-ray machine into masking weapons or contraband in carry-on luggage? According to security researchers Billy Rios and Terry McCorkle, the answer is yes.
Hackers breached the websites of all Las Vegas Sands Corp. websites.
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